- A Diploma of Secondary Studies (DES) or academic background judged equivalent to the DES
- Sec IV Mathematics - Cultural, Social & Technical option 563-414
- Sec IV Environmental Science & Technology or Environmental Science 558-404 or 558-402
- Placement at College English 101 and Basic French
- Letter of intent
Letter of Intent
- All candidates must submit a 200-300 word letter of intent, typed. The letter of intent offers you the opportunity to provide information about your background that may be relevant to the Diagnostic Imaging Technology program, as well as any qualities that make you a good candidate for the program. The Admissions Committee uses this letter to assess your eligibility, ability and readiness to take on the challenges of the Diagnostic Imaging Technology program.
- Candidates must address all of the following questions in their letters:
- Why are you interested in applying to the Diagnostic Imaging Technology program?
- How do your personality traits, talents and interests match with the requirements of this profession?
- This is a very intense program of study. What characteristics would make you a successful student?
- What personal experience have you had with the profession such as work experience and/or volunteerism?
- Expliquez-nous, en français s’il vous plait, qu’est-ce qu’un technologue en imagerie médicale fait comme travail? Qu’elles sont quelques tâches quotidiennes associées avec cette profession?
- An interview is required to assess the candidate’s readiness to pursue studies in this program. Only applicants who meet the admission requirements will be interviewed; the interview will be conducted in English and French
*Due to restrictions associated with the pandemic, interviews will be suspended as a requirement for Fall 2021 admissions
- Immunization requirements and certificates of medical health once admitted.
- Students who do not have a clear criminal record check at the beginning of the clinical component of the Program will not be able to complete the clinical component and will therefore not be able to graduate.